Aspire to Achieve Even Skin Tone, Not a Lighter Complexion

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Skin bleaching can be very harmful and cause disfiguration due to the use of creams containing Hydroquinone. Tyra Banks spoke about this on her talk show and it apparently had audience members in an uproar. You should lighten your dark spots and imperfections but don't seek to bleach your skin tone. Don't let the ignorance let you down - Black is Beautiful.

With its unique caviar ingredient, this cream evens out the skin tone, fades blemishes and creates a luminous complexion.

a bad presentation when they go to school.

Tyra Banks talked about the premiere episode of the new season of her talk show this morning on Today and it apparently had audience members in an uproar. The topic of discussion? Skin bleaching. An African American mother named Natasha spoke of bleaching her three boys, ages 4, 6 and 8, every morning. She told Tyra she didn't want them to have "a bad presentation when they go to school."

Skin bleaching has been an issue of controversy for the past couple of years. Skin bleaching can be harmful since most of the creams contain chemicals such as Hydroquinone. The issue of beauty has always been the lighter you are, the more 'acceptable' you are. It appears to some that people who lighten their skin support this belief. Well, people of color, generally experience uneven skin tone due to the overproduction of melanin. Dark skinned individuals that use skin bleaching creams are not necessarily interested in lightening their skin; they simply have an interest in having even skin tone and to fade dark spots and blemishes. In fact a great deal of white individuals use skin bleaching cream to get rid of dark spots such as freckles, blemishes, age spots or other forms of discolorations.

Since there was this issue of people bleaching their skin with products that contain chemicals, MAKARI de Suisse has manufactured an amazing array of 100% natural and Hydroquinone Free skin care products that do not fall within the FDA's recent proposed ban on skin bleaching creams containing Hydroquinone. The FDA's proposed ban requires skin-bleaching formulas that contain a drug called Hydroquinone, a possible carcinogen also linked to a skin-disfiguring condition, to be purchased with a prescription due to the potential of disfiguration.

There needs to be some awareness to people of color about the issue of skin bleaching. Statistics extrapolate that around 87% of all dark skinned individuals experience uneven skin tone and dark spots due to hyperpigmentation. It is not only necessary, but a must to use skin bleaching creams to eliminate imperfections and show the world how beautiful black can be.

MAKARI de SUISSE - the European leader in the world of skin care has filled the gap between bleaching ones skin and getting rid of uneven skin tone. Makari is a favorite among beauty connoisseurs. In an independent clinical study, Makari products cleared 90% of blemishes and discolorations - and 87% of people saw results in just 10 days. Our skin care brand features products that are the secret weapon of stars and top models. Makari's beauty essentials are tailored to meet the needs of all skin types.

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